CBSE not to award any division, distinction in class 10, 12 exams

The CBSE earlier also discontinued the practice of issuing merit lists, to discourage "unhealthy competition"

Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) headquarters, New Delhi (photo: IANS)
Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) headquarters, New Delhi (photo: IANS)
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The Central Board of Secondary Education will not award any divisions or distinctions in class 10 and 12 board exams, a senior official said on Friday.

"No overall division, distinction or aggregate of marks shall be awarded. Also, if a candidate has offered more than five subjects, the decision to determine the best five subjects may be taken by the admitting institution or employer,” said CBSE examination controller Sanyam Bhardwaj.

Bhardwaj said the board does not calculate, declare or inform the percentage of marks. "If the percentage of marks is required for higher education or in employment, the calculation if any, may be done by the admitting institution or employer," he said.

Earlier, the CBSE also did away with the practice of issuing merit lists to avoid unhealthy competition.

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